NVIDIA has provided a new GeForce graphics release, namely 398.36, which is the Game Ready driver that improves the gaming experience when playing The Crew 2, and also resolves the blue-screen crashes spotted when playing Gears of War 4.
In addition to that, this update fixes the several crashes encountered when launching a game in Surround mode, as well as the corruption or flickering seen in non HDR full-screen video playback.
Moreover, NVIDIA corrects the desktop shuttering, resolves a few Sterescopic 3D issues, makes sure no black screen appears after installing a previous driver, and implements other changes as highlighted in the Release Notes below.
Regarding supported platforms, this release is suitable for both notebook and desktop configurations powered by one of Microsoft’s Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and 10 operating systems (only for 64-bit variants).
In terms of installation, make sure to save the appropriate package for your system configuration, close all programs and processes that might interfere with the upgrade, run the executable, and wait for all files required to be extracted.
Afterward, follow all instructions displayed on the screen for a complete installation, and perform a reboot once the upgrade has finished. If this task isn’t requested automatically by the wizard, however, make sure to carry it out manually.
That said, download NVIDIA GeForce Graphics Driver 398.36, apply it on your device, and enjoy your newly-improved system. Also, check back with us as often as possible to stay up to speed with the latest releases.